TS9 Connector Antenna 7DBi High Gain 4G LTE CPRS GSM 3G 2.4G WCDMA Omni Directional Antenna with Magnetic Stand Base 5m RG174 Extension Cable for WiFi Router Mobile Broadband Outdoor Signal Booster

February 22, 2020 - Comment

7DBi High Gain 4G LTE CPRS GSM 3G 2.4G WCDMA Antenna With TS-9 Connector Magnetic Stand Base Electrical Specifications: Condition: Brand New & High Quality Color: Black Gain(dBi): 7 Frequency Range(MHz): 698-2700 Antenna length(mm): 310mm Base diameter(mm): 30mm Base height(mm): 35mm Extension cable length: 16ft / 5m Extension cable type: RG-174 Extension cable Connector: TS-9

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7DBi High Gain 4G LTE CPRS GSM 3G 2.4G WCDMA Antenna With TS-9 Connector Magnetic Stand Base

Electrical Specifications:
Condition: Brand New & High Quality
Color: Black
Gain(dBi): 7
Frequency Range(MHz): 698-2700
Antenna length(mm): 310mm
Base diameter(mm): 30mm
Base height(mm): 35mm
Extension cable length: 16ft / 5m
Extension cable type: RG-174
Extension cable Connector: TS-9
Polarization Type: Vertical
V.S.W.R. <1.5 Polarization Vertical
Non-Circularity(dB): ±0.5
Impedance(ohm): 50
Lightning Protection Direct Ground Maximum Input Power(W): 50
Application Condition Indoor: Operating Temperature(℃) -40~+85, Reposition Temperature(℃) -55~+100
Quality warranty: 6 months

Package Includes:
1x 7DBi High Gain Antenna
1x Magnetic Stand Base with 5m Extension Cable (TS9 connector)

All parts are tested and quality controlled prior to shipment,we provide 6 months warranty and good after-sale service.
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Anonymous says:

Using with a Verizon Jetpack MiFi 6620L; Product NOT meant for Outdoor or Mobile Applications! Review written several months after continual use: I live in a Very rural area, nearest and only Verizon Tower is about 5 miles east of me. Next closest one is 30 miles away. I have this set up connected to my Verizon Jetpack 6620L MiFi, [which is my Only mode of connecting to the internet] on a shelf near my ceiling with a jar lid adhering to the antenna’s magnetic base, with the Antenna laying on its side, pointing out towards a window in the direction of the VZ Tower.Prior to using this, I was only getting 2-3 Bars reception with -90’s to -70’s dBm Signal Strength on my Verizon Jetpack MiFi 6620L for internet access.Now I am getting consistent 4 Bars with increase to -60’s to -30’s Signal Strength, which has made the difference in now being able to stream videos online without constant buffering and losing connection. (Remember, The LOWER the dBm Signal Strength minus number reading is, the better, as the ideal is as close to Zero as possible.)I…

Anonymous says:

An Easy Way to Improve Cellular Signal Reception I purchased two of these antennas and connected them to my NETGEAR 4G LTE Cellular Modem. The LED signal bars on the modem didn’t change immediately but in a couple of minutes, the signal strength jumped to between 4-5 bars on the modem…higher than I have ever seen in this location. I’ve used cellular amps and repeaters for years and it’s very common for cell tower output to vary based on various conditions throughout the day so I did notice the signal strength changing from time to time. However, overall, the signal strength remained higher than without the antennas and a little less directional since the antennas are omnidirectional. I think they’re worth the money and will keep them in my “go kit” for my portable wi-fi system.Update 2019-02-02This antenna is the difference between 1 bar of AT&T signal vs. 4 bars at the Walt Disney World Polynesian Resort. It continues to work great connected to our Netgear LTE Cellular Router. The router has two antenna…

Anonymous says:

Worked great to get outside of our metal building Be mindful of people who leave reviews and have know idea what they planned on doing with the product they purchased. This is for connecting to the back of a 4g modem (not a cell phone). Where I am using our 4g modem, inside of a metal building connected to our router and does not get great reception by itself. I simply plugged this into the back of it and ran it outside and now I get full bars and way better upload and download speeds. Its very simple and has a good amount of cord length to string it outside. Try and get it as high as possible and put it on the side of your house that is close to your nearest cell tower

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